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Department of Moral Theology

The main objective of the Department of Moral Theology is to introduce students to a systematic reflection on Christian moral life, to help them to reflect critically on moral issues from a Christian perspective, and to enable them to perceive moral life as a call to holiness.

Courses provide a basic introduction to the main areas of moral theology, including its history and methodology, and a more specialized treatment of specific moral topics related to pastoral ministry in the contemporary world. Courses include: Principles of Moral Theology; Politics, Economics and Theology; Bioethics; Sexuality, Marriage and Theology; Reconciliation; Culture, Religions and Theology; Catholic Social Teaching; Spirituality and Social Commitment; Psychology and Spirituality; Temperament and Spirituality.

The Department offers courses in professional ethics to other Faculties and Institutes.

The focus of research conducted in the Department is marriage, sexuality and the family; bioethics, human rights and theology, business ethics, politics, culture and public life, and spirituality.

Closing Date Dissertation Proposals
Deadline to present dissertation proposals for next Faculty Board is Wednesday 29th November 2017 at 1700hrs

Augustinian Institute Academic Year 2017-18

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Dissertation Logbook
The Dissertation Logbook can be found here.

Quick Guide for using the Chicago Style
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Note to Contributors of Melita Theologica
  A set of guidelines for Contributions to Melita Theologica has been published.


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